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Fourth T20I Report: Captain Aaron Finch carried his bat for 79 balls out of 55 to lead Australia to a 50-run win over New Zealand in the fourth Twenty20 and 2-2 in the five-game series on Friday With Finch’s instinct, Australia made 156-6 hits first before New Zealand went down on a slow field and outpaced 106 in 18.5 overs.

Finch won the throw, ruling Australia first on the would beat the same place that they beat New Zealand in the previous game by 64 runs.

It was anything but. The wicket at Wellington Stadium – for the second straight year with no spectators – was sticky and the slow bowlers wreaked havoc in both innings.

After Finch, Marcus Stoinis ’19 and Glenn Maxwell’s 18 were the next best results in an inning, that looked inadequate and probably wouldn’t test New Zealand.

Finch hit one of the slowest of his 14 T20 half-centuries from 47 balls without hitting a six, and Australia fought from 15 overs to 100. But he made it up by hitting three sixes and 26 runs from Kyle Jamieson’s last over to bring his team to a competitive total. « I think it helped me stay there towards the end, » said Finch. « I had a vision of getting something like 50 balls out of 60 and looking like a real fool. »

« But I was lucky enough to get some momentum towards the end of the innings. I think I tried to hit it a little too hard beforehand.

“We lost a couple of gates on the way and couldn’t recharge after the 15th or 16th. So we had to take it as deep as possible and it was nice to get a few out of the middle towards the end. ”

New Zealand failed to gain momentum in its response, was losing wickets on a regular basis and had no contribution to match Finch’s.

Jamieson’s 30 balls out of 18 that hit 9th in a lost cause , were the best effort. Opener Tim Seifert made 19 and Devon Conway 17.

Seifert and Santner pulled balls on their stumps, Glenn Phillips (1) was mistaken for Conway, and the rest of the batsmen were looking for catches nearby or in front of the wicket. This reflected the slow pace of the field.

Australia had the confidence to use three spinners and they shared six wickets for 49 runs. Ashton Agar won 2:11 after 6:30 in the third game, Maxwell 2:14 and Adam Zampa 2:24.

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Both sides used the short limits of the University Oval in an exciting match with 30 sixes and 434 runs with an average of 10.9 and more.

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Conway improved from his previous high score of 65 in T20Is, peaking when New Zealand was 11-2 and unbeaten when he was 184-5 after winning the roll and betting first.

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